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I want to buy a Galaxy Note 2 tablet/phone and I just wanted to know: how can I have both of these OS's on it at the same time?

If there is a way, how can I do it?

Is there anyone who can help me?

(I'm not a Linux programmer so the method would have to be for an Ubuntu beginner.)

I'm not talking about "Ubuntu for android"! I'm thinking something like having Meego and Android on a NOKIA N9, choosing the OS while starting up (dual boot). I want to run the full version Of Ubuntu along side the full version of Android.

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Yes there is a way. Check out this post on xdadevelopers.Hope it helps!! :)

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    That's not really dual booting... Really dual booting is using something like multirom, which I'm not sure works for the Galaxy Note 2. – RobotHumans Jan 21 '14 at 11:16

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